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freebie

slang Something that one receives without having to pay for it. This cute little makeup bag was a freebie when I bought that perfume.

freebie

and freebee and freeby (ˈfribi)
n. something given away free. They gave me a freebie with my purchase.

freeby

verb
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Fuelled by a mixture of decency, blind loyalty and gallons of freeby machine coffee, Mansha has somehow kept the fares coming in, in the face of the speedy expansion of rival firm, Fleet and - as becomes devastatingly apparent as the story unfolds - despite a distinct lack of elementary business sense.
Seven sites have already been identified for the trial with the cameras being switched on in Sharnford, Measham and Walcote this week, with other cameras in parts of Woodhouse Eaves, Oadby, Groby and Freeby becoming operational over the next month.
The band gets the honor of playing music primarily with Bobby Cressey, Kevin Freeby, Beto Suarez, Hugo Suarez, and Charlie Wheller.
Old Sherlock himself has saved a few pennies and used a freeby electronic letter to ask those most dear to him to attend the most impor tant event of his life.
"Older adults may mistake their symptoms for other aspects of the normal aging process, and therefore diagnosis is often delayed," says Matthew Freeby, MD, associate director of diabetes clinical programs at the UCLA Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Hypertension.
Needless, to say, so many wanted the freeby offer that the car was grossly overloaded and the learning driver unable to cope with the effects on the vehicle's road-holding capacity.
Most wave generators are pneumatic because they are more energy-efficient, says Matthew Freeby, operations manager at Water Technology in Beaver Dam, Wis.
The venue selector CD is available freeby contacting Stirling Management Centre on 01786-466171.
"We're starting to see them in other climates because they are, in essence, a guaranteed vacation," said Matt Freeby, a project manager at Water Technology Inc.
Caption: Pictured here (in no particular order) are Sarah Baker and Allison Chen of Archer Malmo, Marcie Rhind of Compass Minerals, Callie Borror of California Cattlewomen, Sandy Fiack of Zenith Agribusiness Solutions, Renee Smith and Bruce Freeby of Virtus Nutrition, Greg Hains of Capitol Press, Carrie Isaacson of broadhead., Maureen Nassie of Netafim USA, and Kelly O'Halloran and Dr.
Sophomore Cody Freeby took over as Oklahoma's punter this season and ranks 15th in the country with an average of 43.1 yards per kick.
"We're starting to see them in other climates," said Matt Freeby, a project manager with Water Technology of Beaver Dam, Wis., "because they are, in essence, a guaranteed vacation."